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Tea Rose
Tuesday, September 9, 2008, 3:03pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I wanted to check this out with other Hunters - Sour Cream looks to me to be a neutral after reviewing the Hunter list.  I know that we have very limited dairy products for our use and I was looking over the lists yesterday.  I saw that sour cream is listed in most of the other genotype diets and looked at the Hunter lists and it doesn't appear on the superfood side or the toxin side.  Now I am usually the one telling people, "if it doesn't appear on either side then consider it neutral," BUT with dairy I wanted to get other Hunter's insight.  Are there Hunters out there eating sour cream as a neutral?  

Lloyd you are a Hunter, what do you say?

Tea Rose



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Quoted from Tea Rose


Lloyd you are a Hunter, what do you say?

Tea Rose


I'm not eating any. If you look again, it is listed as an avoid for Hunters. Pg 226.

We have two 'known' neutrals. Buffalo milk and kefir.
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Tea Rose
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I can't believe it   - I looked on that list and my eyes just didn't see it - really!!   

This is why I wanted to check, it didn't seem right to me - thanks Lloyd!




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You may have been thinking of 'heavy cream'. That has been debated for ages. No clear answer, there.  
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Have any Hunters tried 'heavy cream'?    I would like to try such an exciting product: I dont do well on most dairy...



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Uh oh Lloyd!  you have opened up a little can of worms with the heavy cream thing!  Boy oh boy... wouldn't that be great!  A little splash in the ole' yerba???!!!

Anybody else out there tried a little of this stuff here and there?

My thought is from a scientific viewpoint... heavy cream is just the condensed version of half and half and milk and 2% and 1% and nonfat.  All these versions just have more water added, yes?

And so... then in the end heavy cream would be a toxic.

If I am wrong in my deep scientific analysis,   , please let me know and send more comments.
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The cream is the fat that floats to the top in non-homogenized milk.  It should be compliant.  Half-an-half isn't compliant for most people because it's half milk, half cream.
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We have two 'known' neutrals. Buffalo milk and kefir.


I was looking into that the other day... kefir is yogurt with milk.  At least the stuff at my health food store.  So I would think it's an avoid?  unless there's milk-less kefir out there


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My own experience--Heavy Cream is ok for me on occasion.


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I was looking into that the other day... kefir is yogurt with milk.  At least the stuff at my health food store.  So I would think it's an avoid?  unless there's milk-less kefir out there


Kefir is similar to yogurt but is actually a different culture. That is likely the difference, in that the microorganisms in kefir are either better for us, modify the milk differently or a combination of the two.

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Cool thx Lloyd!  I'll have to try it & see how I feel


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Cool thx Lloyd!  I'll have to try it & see how I feel


I don't feel so good on it.

When I have a Short Breve I feel pretty bad.  But a splash in a decaf Americano from time to time doesn't seem to bother my tummy.

Kefir bugs my stomach.
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